Air Source Heating

What Are Heat Pumps?

Heat pumps use electricity to extract the earth’s natural thermal energy, or simply warmth, from the outside to produce your own source of renewable energy that can then be used within your home. We offer air source heat pumps from one of the leading manufacturers in the industry. These are generally the most popular and cheapest option to install.

If you’re looking to install underfloor heating or are want a more energy-efficient way to heat your home, then a heat pump may be the best choice.

They work very well in conjunction with solar PV panels, as they can then use the renewable energy created from the panels to operate them! However they can effectively also work alone, too.

What Are Heat Pumps

Heat Pump Installers
In Staffordshire

If you’re looking for an installer of heat pumps in Staffordshire, or someone to repair and maintain a previous installation by us – then you’ve come to the right place!

We provide maintenance and repairs to any heat pump Premier Heating Solutions have installed. We can come out to see what the issue is and ensure you’re powered back on as soon as possible.

All of our team of heat pump engineers are fully trained and approved to ensure a flawless installation, from start to finish. We can oversee the entire project – without you having to find plumbers or electricians from elsewhere.

How Do Heat Pumps Work

How Do Heat Pumps Work?

Heat pumps take warmth from one place and 'pump' it into another. They effectively move thermal energy in the opposite way of how it would naturally flow, by transferring warmth from a cold place into a warmer one.

They do require electricity in the first place in order to work. However, the energy that you are able to produce far outweighs the amounts you need to power the system.

Much like other renewable systems such as solar PV panels and solar thermal panels, heat pumps can save you money on your monthly household bills and reduce your carbon footprint.

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